Monthly Archives: September 2011


When I first got to know Qt, it was a cross platform tool. That was really the reason for me to start using Qt. It was a great cross platform tool. At the time, I was using a Tru64 based system with real X-terminals. You know, the ones where the screen really is a stupid […]

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As fall approaches and the weather turns wet, I have happy announcement to make. Pelagicore, where I work, and our efforts in using Open Source in the in-vehicle infotainment business have been noticed. We just received 20MSEK investment from Fouriertransform (English / Swedish). This means even more Linux and Qt hacking for me! *happy*

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Rendering Issues

I’ve run Kubuntu on an old MacBook Pro (revision 5.1) for over a year now, and it has worked great. However, last week, it became more or less unusable. It seems that some sort of blending operation results in noise. When using the machine with some composition effects, it was completely unusable – moving a […]

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The Digital Project

I’ve decided to bread life into an old domain, but let me tell the story from the very¬†beginning. Way back, when leaving university, a couple of friends of mine and myself went looking for a place to keep our projects, personal homepages (yes, we geeks had those back then – sort of a facebook profile, […]

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